2022 AFAC Australia Conference

AFAC Australia Conference: Emergency Management Conference 2022

Event: AFAC Australia Conference

Venue: Adelaide Convention Centre, North Terrace, Australia

Date: Tue, 23 Aug, 7:30 am – Fri, 26 Aug, 7:30 am GMT+9:30

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On the 23rd and 25th of August 2022, Adelaide will host Australasia’s most comprehensive emergency management exhibition. It will be a one-of-a-kind presentation of the most cutting-edge equipment, technology, and service providers. The AFAC22 powered by INTERSCHUTZ show has the most significant number of exhibitors in the industry, spanning all aspects of emergency management equipment, technology, and services.

Australasia’s largest emergency management conference and expo, powered by INTERSCHUTZ, is AFAC22 Conference & Exhibition powered by INTERSCHUTZ. AFAC, Deutsche Messe, and the Institution of Fire Engineers have collaborated to bring you to this event (Australia). Over 4,000 emergency management professionals attended the 2019 conference and expo, setting a new high.


The multi-streamed AFAC conference, including the Institution of Fire Engineers (Australia) National Conference and the Australian Disaster Resilience Conference, will consist of worldwide and local thought leaders. Over 100 conference speakers – including keynotes – will be available to you at the AFAC22 Conference & Exhibition, which will take place from August 23 to August 26, 2022.

Following the conferences, on August 26, 2022, the Professional Development Program (PDP) will be held. At the 2019 EEAA Awards for Excellence, AFAC19, powered by INTERSCHUTZ, was named the Best Association Event potentially by Australia’s Exhibition and Event Association. AFAC is dedicated to cultivating an inclusive culture, embracing diversity, and providing a safe and courteous work environment. AFAC invites you to commit to this and speak up if you hear or see anything that contradicts our position.


As the National Council for Fire & Emergency Services, AFAC works with the industry to make communities safer and more resilient. Collaboration, innovation, and collaborations help us achieve national uniformity. By building doctrine and supporting operations, we improve capabilities. AFAC facilitates resource sharing of firefighters, specialists, and aircraft, allowing for a national and, where necessary, international response to large-scale emergency events.

The AFAC National Resource Sharing Centre delivers firefighting resources, while the National Aerial Firefighting Centre contracts aircraft. Many Australian and international standards committees have AFAC representatives leading the development. A Memorandum of Understanding between AFAC and Standards Australia in creating and updating standards relevant to the management of fire-related risks, fire protection, and fire safety has been signed.

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